2018 - Member of Academia Europaea
2013 - German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina - Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina – Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften Chemistry
Frank Neese mainly investigates Density functional theory, Quantum mechanics, Crystallography, Computational chemistry and Electronic structure. His Density functional theory research includes elements of Spin states, Atomic physics, Ab initio and Configuration interaction. In the field of Quantum mechanics, his study on Basis function, Atomic orbital and Diatomic molecule overlaps with subjects such as Basis.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Magnetic circular dichroism, Ligand, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Molecule and Stereochemistry in addition to Crystallography. His research integrates issues of Molecular physics, Computational physics, Diradical and Thermodynamics in his study of Computational chemistry. His Electronic structure study frequently links to related topics such as Ground state.
Frank Neese focuses on Crystallography, Density functional theory, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Electronic structure and Computational chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Ligand, Photochemistry, Molecule, Stereochemistry and Ground state as well as Crystallography. His Density functional theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Molecular physics, Ab initio, Coupled cluster and Spin states, Atomic physics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Statistical physics, Basis set and Atomic orbital in addition to Coupled cluster. The various areas that Frank Neese examines in his Electron paramagnetic resonance study include Inorganic chemistry, Hyperfine structure and Physical chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Electronic structure brings together such families of science as Spectroscopy, Mössbauer spectroscopy, Analytical chemistry and Magnetic circular dichroism.
His main research concerns Coupled cluster, Density functional theory, Molecular physics, Electronic structure and Crystallography. His Coupled cluster research incorporates elements of Open shell, Basis function, Excited state, Statistical physics and Basis set. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chemical physics, Field, Electron and Wave function.
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His primary areas of investigation include Coupled cluster, Density functional theory, Statistical physics, Atomic orbital and Catalysis. His studies deal with areas such as Perturbation theory, Interaction energy, Basis function, Excited state and Molecular physics as well as Coupled cluster. His work deals with themes such as Ab initio and Electronic structure, which intersect with Density functional theory.
Frank Neese interconnects Electron paramagnetic resonance and Non heme in the investigation of issues within Electronic structure. His Atomic orbital research includes elements of Base, Electronic correlation, Perturbation theory and User Friendly. His research in Catalysis intersects with topics in Combinatorial chemistry and Reactivity.
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Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Molecular Science (2012)
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Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Molecular Science (2018)
Geometric and Electronic Structure/Function Correlations in Non-Heme Iron Enzymes
Edward I. Solomon;Thomas C. Brunold;Mindy I. Davis;Jyllian N. Kemsley.
Chemical Reviews (2000)
Efficient, approximate and parallel Hartree–Fock and hybrid DFT calculations. A ‘chain-of-spheres’ algorithm for the Hartree–Fock exchange
Frank Neese;Frank Neese;Frank Wennmohs;Andreas Hansen;Ute Becker.
Chemical Physics (2009)
Prediction of molecular properties and molecular spectroscopy with density functional theory: From fundamental theory to exchange-coupling
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2009)
All-Electron Scalar Relativistic Basis Sets for Third-Row Transition Metal Atoms.
Dimitrios A. Pantazis;Xian-Yang Chen;Clark R. Landis;Frank Neese.
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation (2008)
An efficient and near linear scaling pair natural orbital based local coupled cluster method
Christoph Riplinger;Frank Neese.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2013)
Natural triple excitations in local coupled cluster calculations with pair natural orbitals
Christoph Riplinger;Barbara Sandhoefer;Andreas Hansen;Frank Neese.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2013)
X-ray Emission Spectroscopy Evidences a Central Carbon in the Nitrogenase Iron-Molybdenum Cofactor
Kyle M. Lancaster;Michael Roemelt;Patrick Ettenhuber;Yilin Hu.
Calculation of solvent shifts on electronic g-tensors with the conductor-like screening model (COSMO) and its self-consistent generalization to real solvents (direct COSMO-RS).
Sebastian Sinnecker;Arivazhagan Rajendran;Andreas Klamt;Michael Diedenhofen.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2006)
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